Multiple resorts connected by ski lift
Lots of après-ski
Great variety of slopes
If you’re looking for a destination that will leave your skiers spoilt for choice, regardless of their level, the Ziller Valley may just be the perfect choice for your next school ski trip. You’ll be provided with the Zillertal Superski pass, giving you access to a massive 508km of piste. A good number of the resorts in the area are connected by chairlifts. And the remainder are linked by free shuttle buses, so exploration of the entire area is pretty easy. The area also has a great range of après-ski activities that are sure to keep your group entertained off the slopes. These include bowling, ice-skating, curling and even a water world in nearby Fügen.
This resort is great for beginners as there are nursery and beginner slopes throughout the area. Gondolas also provide access to a wide variety of gentle blue runs that are great to progress on to. Plus, intermediates are well catered for too, thanks to the great range of blue and red runs throughout the valley. The high altitude and wide variety of runs also give advanced skiers the opportunity to explore the whole area, which they’ll love. Plus, the Ziller Valley is also a great choice for snowboarders, as there are several terrain parks in the area. So, a school ski trip to the Ziller Valley will certainly offer your group plenty of variety.
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- Hasland Hall Community School
0115 9404 303
Alpin Center Hochfugen
The Alpin Center is run by the friendly Maelzer family and offers a true doorstep ski-in, ski-out location.
It has a panoramic sun terrace overlooking the slopes, spacious multi-bed rooms and cosy twin rooms for staff. Groups can also use the games room & common room with 55" flat screen TV.
Sports equipment can be easily stored in the ski cellar with ski boot dryer.
:: 2-8 bedded (and one large 12-bedded room) plus 2 apartments each with the following room breakdown, 1x2, 2x8-bedded with 3 showers and 2 toilets
:: All with private facilities
:: Partly with balcony
:: Reception with safe/lift
:: A la carte restaurant/bar (for adults only)
:: Tirolean style dining room
:: 2 recreation rooms with table football
:: Spacious sun terrace
:: Ski storage/ heated drying room
:: Breakfast buffet
:: Hot lunch in the hotel with free drink
:: 3-course dinner with free drink
The Sports Club Zillertal is located in the centre of Aschau im Zillertal, an idyllic and popular resort in the centre of the Zillertal. The newly created valley run from the Marendalm leads directly to the sports club and ends on the sun terrace.
37 newly renovated double, triple, quadruple and family rooms in Tyrolean style await you, all equipped with shower/WC, hairdryer, safe, TV and free WiFi. Most rooms have balconies.
The Sports Club offers a reception, a modern ski room with ski boot dryer and various stay options. The cosy lounge and dining room is the central meeting place in the afternoon and evening. There is also a fußball table in the bar. A small Finnish sauna is available for staff.
The rich breakfast buffet includes muesli and an organic corner with lots of fruit and other options. Packed lunches can be prepared by guests from the buffet.
Directly in front of the sports club is the ski bus stop. The Aschau train station is 400m from the hotel - the Zillertal trains are FREE with ski pass.
Aprés-Ski at Ziller Valley
swimming centre fügen
The swimming centre in Fügen offers a fun and relaxing atmosphere for everyone. Groups will have great fun in the wave pool, rapids and slides (including a tyre and tube slide). For a supplement, visitors aged 15 years old and over can relax in the wellness and sauna area.
This bowling alley is located approx 40 mins drive from Kitzbühel and is well worth the drive! This bowling alley can welcome large groups and is very popular with school groups.
ice skating zell am ziller
Groups will have a lot of fun on this artificial outdoor ice-rink at Freizeitpark Zell.
Subject to availability and snow conditions.
bowling zell am ziller
This bowling alley (Austrian-style skittles) has got four fully electronic bowling lanes.
arena coaster zillertal
Enjoy some tobogganing fun on the first Alpine roller-coaster in the Ziller Valley!
Arena Coaster Facts:
Total length: 1,450m
Uphill track: 325m
Downhill track: 1,125m
Difference in altitude: 140m
Trip time: approx. 6 - 7 minutes
Highest point: 9m above the ground
Availability subject to weather conditions.
hc tirol sharks ice hockey match
Experience a live ice hockey match in Innsbruck between HC Tiroler Wasserkraft in the top division. The team's home games take place in the Olympia World, which was used during the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics.
This activity is subject to the team's schedule.
bobsled experience innsbruck
Enjoy the adrenaline rush of the bobsled! Each bobsled seats five guests and one professional pilot. Beginning at the women's start, you will hurtle down the 800m ice track, reaching a top speed of 90km/h. This is a fun and safe way to experience the thrill of this exciting winter sport.
curling zell am ziller
Try this fun sport which is very popular in Austria!
Subject to availability and snow conditions.
wörgl waterworld (wave)
This pool is located approx 20 mins drive from Wildschönau and 45 mins from Kitzbühel and St. Johann, and is the Tyrol's biggest adventure pool. Popular amongst students is the L2, the only waterslide featuring a double loop!
swarovski crystal world
Visit the home of the world famous Swarovski with its newly redesigned Chambers of Wonder and Crystal Giant. Of course, no trip would be complete without a visit to the gift shop!